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Multi-vitamin users have lower risk of dying from stroke
Doctors followed 72,180 men and women free from heart disease and cancer at the start of this study. After 19 years, those who used multivitamins were 13 percent less likely to have died from any stroke, compared to those who did not use multivitamins. In a subgroup of those who ate fewer than three fruits or vegetables per day but who also took multivitamins, were 20 percent less likely to have died from stroke compared to those who did not take multivitamins. Regular multivitamin users were also more protected than casual users.

Reference: Stroke 2015; 46 (5):1169-72.
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